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Feb 19, 2013 5:00pm PST
until 1995 and still hadn't gotten around to notifying the u.s. archivists which would have made it official. so wtf mississippi! are you guys aware that ratifying the ban on slavery was a major touchstone in u.s. history? not some shore like moving up from 49th to 50th in education. seriously? wtf? you as a state have made some great contributions to our culture like william faulkner. and -- all right william faulkner is the only one i can think of. elvis was born there so was orp ra. in the year of our lord 2013, you're having a hard time keeping up with mid 19th century. you, mississippi are a part of our nation. we would be happy to have you along for this whole united states of america thing that we got going. >> john: our tweet of the day is from barry us who is i can only assume is a cranky doctor. he tweeted the keystone pipeline will carry foreign oil across the u.s. to be shipped to foreign refineries. what's not to love? good point. all the pipeline will do is self-deport crude oil to foreign lands while ruining our land in the process. kind of a win-win. if you have a
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Feb 20, 2013 5:00pm PST
pushed through the house must be avoided. it threatens u.s. national security, thousands of jobs and more. america's military budget would be slashed, border security, law enforcement, aviation safety and many other programs would all have diminished resources. now a they have to do is gray to cut a matching trillion dollars plus out of programs like social security which voters overwhelmingly want untouched and boehner and the republicans will make the sequester go away. well, that's not going to happen. shouldn't the speaker be willing to compromise and take it off the table even if that meant to graying to revenue hikes tax increases for those who can easily afford tax increases? apparently that's not going to happen either. meanwhile, in action is having its consequences. the defense department told some 800,000 civilian employees to prepare for unpaid days off once these cuts take place. secretary of state john kerry warned allowing the sequester is bad for the nation's foreign policy as well. >> it's hard to tell the leadership of any number of countries that they have to resolve th
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